Many adaptations come and go. However, The Walking Dead: The Game is such a perfect cover of the TV and graphic book version that it is likely to break the tradition. In some parts it even takes artistic license to develop new plots. Firstly, the adventurous engagement moves the player through the dilemma of Everett who escapes detention after a raid by the undead. His problem is that his freedom lies in compromising the lives of the remaining persons who have also escaped.
The great thing about the Walking Dead: The Game is that it abandons much of the earlier storyline found in the graphical and TV versions. Thus, players who have never seen the series on TV will not have to relate much of the action on previous experiences. The game comes with dynamic features compatible across different Operating Systems. The cheapest platform to play the game is PlayStation 3 at 4.99 dollars.
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